Boreland land management plan
Boreland forest was purchased in 1938 and covers 343 ha. The forest is situated on the smooth lower slopes of a long ridge running north-east from the summit of Meall Greigh, part of the Ben Lawers massif. It rises from the northern shore of Loch Tay, just west of the village of Fearnan.
This plan has been through the public consultation process and was approved in August 2010. This plan covers a 10 year period from August 2010 to August 2020.
From time to time it is necessary to make amendments to the approved plan, these will be submitted and approved through the appropriate channels and maps will be updated at the next review.
A mid-term review was carried out in December 2015/June 2016 to look at the plan and its objectives.
Land management plan documents and maps
- Land management plan summary (PDF 865KB) - summary of management proposals.
- Land management plan (PDF 866KB) - full document detailing land management proposal.
- Management map (PDF 581KB) - management proposals.
- Species map (PDF 629KB) - restock and species choice for areas to be planted in the plan.
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